Tuesday, March 20, 2007

11 Pro Wrestlers linked to HGH?!???? No way!

In yet another shocker coming from the FBI's mail-order pharmacy sting, it appears that 11 wrestlers including fan favorites Kyle Orton, Adam Copeland, a.k.a. "Edge," and Shane Helms, a.k.a. "The Hurricane," and former 'real' wrestler Kurt Angle. Needless to say I'm stunned. After all, how can a guy that looks like:



...Possibly be using roids or HGH? In order to prove my point I had to go find one of Mr. Orton's old photos:

Naw, no roids there.

6 comments:

Mini Me said...

Wow I mean I didn't see this coming...NOT!

hghater said...

Some doctors have been concerned about giving HGH to diabetics. Previous studies, including Dr. Rudman's study using large doses of HGH, showed that HGH had caused increased insulin resistance in patients, so diabetics saw an increase in blood glucose levels.

Ryan said...

It's Randy Orton, not Kyle. Kyle Orton is a QB for the Chicago Bears.

Billy said...

Athletes are switching to homeopathic oral sprays because they are legal for over the counter sales, add only a trace amount of growth hormone into the system, and they target the liver to produce more IGF-1. It's not HGH that brings the invigoration properties, it's an increase in IGF-1 that brings the performance enhancing results.

Hgh Supplements said...

Is 11 Pro Wrestlers linked to HGH? This blog is simply 2 guys talking about sports. We aren't experts, but we are fans. Needless to say I'm stunned. After all, how can a guy that looks like.

Kelly said...

my husband's job is really physically demanding that's why I gave him genf20 and even after his shift he doesn't look exhausted. so I bet genf20 scam is not true at all